Still having problems with WinAVR
Herbert Graf email (remove spam text)
> >I believe I have the "right" ld:
> >C:\WinAVR\examples\test>which ld.exe
> ld is not on my path - I do a
> F:\avrprojects\testgarbage>which avr-ld.exe
> which gives me:
> Perhaps avr-ld.exe is the correct linker?
I tried changing the name of ld.exe to something else and got and error
stating ld not found, so I believe it is necessary. Whether it's necessary
it's in the path I don't know.
> Just as a side note, when you did the installation, did you
> select all defaults (expecially the install directory)? It seems
> that all your path info is messed up - I've seen it happen
> in other applications when you go the "custom install" route.
> Insufficient testing.
I initially WANTED to install it in a custom place, I absolutely HATE
programs that require they be installed where THEY want to. Unfortunately
since the path I WANTED to use had a space in it everything failed. So I
relented and let it put things where it wanted to.
I've given up for now, it's not worth my time, the project I had in mind
will simply be done with a PIC, at least that flow worked the first time I
tried it (C18). Thanks anyways, TTYL
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